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Travel Blogs from Taos
... for us tonight right here in the hotel room. Still a little too cold to sleep in the truck yet, but we're thinking tomorrow night may be warm enough.
Other interesting (not yet amusing) happenings: we somehow managed to get the laptop wet last night, and then in the process of trying to dry it out melted several keys, namely the space bar key which is making it quite a challenge to ...
... and keep you from sliding.
Finally decided on Doc Martin's inside the Taos Inn. Both had wonderful entries and a nice glass of wine. From there on the the Alley Cantina where we visited with our bartender friends we have made over the years. There was a nice jazz trio playing and we had a good time visiting with them and enjoying the music.
Nice anniversary and took the High Road home and got to enjoy some more beautiful scenery.
... understood before. I learned an unbelievable amount of techniques in less than an hour, but it was reminiscent of a kid wrestling his dad. Luke's strength and very creative techniques gave me the motivation to train harder than I ever have before. I am going to start doing yoga and working out everyday I can for the rest of the trip. Hopefully, the guys at Titans will be pleasantly surprised by my fitness level when I ...
... these amazing structures. It was certainly inspiring to see them first had. Perhaps one day, I will find my little slice of heaven and build myself an earthship. It was tempting to use up a little of our "fluff" time and spend another day, but the campground was getting crowded we opted to move on to Durango. I highly recommend Northern New Mexico. It has the great topography of Colorado mixed with the strong Mexican influences of New Mexico.
... You can definately see the Spanish influence at the Pueblo as around 75 percent of the Indian inhabitants are catholic and attend the catholic church at the Pueblo. We then went to visit another prominent Spanish church at Ranchos de Taos, the San Francisco de Asis church built in the 18th century. Returning to scoundrels, this time a Spanish one, I found a monument in the Plaza of Padre Antonio Martinez who was a catholic priest in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center